Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2


“He knows if we find them, and destroy all the horcruxes we’ll be able to kill him. I reckon he’ll stop at nothing to make sure we don’t find the rest. There’s more, one of them is at Hogwarts.”

The hunt for horcruxes continues and Harry’s inevitable confrontation with Voldemort draws ever nearer. Either must die at the hand of the other, for neither can live while the other survives – but who will eventually triumph once and for all?

Screenplay: Steve Kloves
Based on: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling
Running time: 130′
Rating: 12A (UK), PG-13 (USA)
Release dates: July 15th 2011 (UK), July 15th 2011 (US).
Box Office Gross:  $1,341,511,219
Distribution: Warner Brothers
Buy: DVD / BluRay / Ultimate Edition / Book


Daniel Radcliffe – Harry Potter
Rupert Grint – Ron Weasley
Emma Watson – Hermione Granger
Michael Gambon – Professor Albus Dumbledore
Maggie Smith – Professor Minerva McGonagall
Alan Rickman – Professor Serverus Snape
Robbie Coltrane – Rebeus Hagrid
Ralph Fiennes – Voldemort



“Radcliffe, like Watson and Grint, has taken a while to fully inhabit his role and to animate Steve Kloves’s stilted screenplays. He’s a revelation here, suddenly possessed by a self-assuredness – as well as a sadness – that befits his character and makes him resemble a genuine leader rather than a well-meaning school prefect. .” – The Telegraph

“With everything finally on the line in Deathly Hallows – Part 2, each performance is at its best and Radcliffe steps up to the plate to make his final showdown with Voldemort one to remember. He spends most of the movie covered in dirt, encrusted blood on his face and a harrowing sense of death behind his eyes. Heavy material, but Radcliffe pulls it off.” – Toronto.com

“Fans will be wild about Harry and the way the quietly dazzling Daniel Radcliffe has grown in the role, from the 11-year-old orphan of 2001’s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone to the haunted old soul we now see. So hip-hip and a blast of hurrays for Radcliffe. Well played, sir.” – Rolling Stone

“As before, however, performance trumps spectacle, especially with regard to Alan Rickman, capping off his iconic turn as Professor Severus Snape by slowing his dialogue down to a sinister crawl, and Radcliffe, completing his portrait of Harry’s transformation from wide-eyed naïf to selfless adult with intense conviction and heart.” – Village Voice

“Radcliffe, one of many actors in this franchise we literally have watched grow up on the screen, leads one of the most impressive casts you will ever see and lead it he does, with a confident, commanding, yet still vulnerable performance.” – Maki at the Movies

“Watching Radcliffe, Watson and Grint is just moving, given where they began this franchise and how they’ve matured as  young people, characters and actors since those early years. The trio close off their roles “brilliantly,” with Radcliffe in particular showing why he will likely have a long career that extends well beyond this franchise.” – Screenrant




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